Tag Archive | "Facebook"

Introducing The New Facebook Timeline

Saturday, September 24, 2011

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So here it is. The new Facebook Timeline, which will ultimately replace your current profile. Dual columns, maps, check-ins, photos, video, apps, galleries, likes, activity feed and even quick-scroll timeline control. A whole new way to experience your social history, and to present the future. Initial thoughts… Wow. This is going to shake things up. [...]

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Twitterblitz for Sartalics: Digital Flash Mob

Sunday, August 7, 2011

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Have you ever wanted to demonstrate sarcasm in an e mail, tweet or in a Facebook post? Well three New York interns working at Bartle Bogle Hegarty (BBH) are trying to make this possible with the introduction of Sartalics, a font to signify a sarcastic tone. In order to give this movement the best possible [...]

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Will Facebook’s Video Chat Change Everything?

Monday, July 11, 2011

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You’ve probably already heard about Facebook Video Calling, I meant to post it up last week but just couldn’t find the time, but for those who’ve not actually seen it… Here is Facebook Video Calling… While it might not initially excite you, I think Facebook Video Calling will have a profound influence on the way [...]

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Doritos: The Dip Desperado Advergame

Sunday, July 10, 2011

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It’s not very often that you see a TVC that promotes a Facebook app so it was very exciting to see this latest Doritos integrated campaign offering from the UK. First of all the TVC is fun to watch and tells a moving story of the rise and fall of Esteban Ortega, a professional Dorito [...]

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Facebook and Twitter in Real Life: Video

Monday, June 13, 2011

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This is a great video that takes Facebook and Twitter and puts them into the real world, acting out everything that you would do on those networks. Whether it’s a ‘Like’ or a ‘Follow’, it’s all included here. It’s a fun way to showcase how odd our online behaviour can seem when it’s taken out [...]

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Sony Ericsson Xperiments Case Study

Saturday, June 11, 2011

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Check out this case study from Sony Ericsson Australia. To launch their new range of Xperia smartphones they decided to embrace social media and create something engaging for their audience. Unfortunately due to technical difficulties in the past there was some pretty bad brand sentiment on their Facebook page. To overcome this Iris Sydney created [...]

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Infographic: Facebook and Relationships

Sunday, June 5, 2011

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As Facebook nears 700 million users we take a look at how this social network affects our relationships. All Facebook and Online Dating University created this infographic which shows the more personal side of our sharing on Facebook. Amongst the stats displayed here, this infographic shows that only three out of every five users show [...]

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Social Engagement Gaming: Call of Duty Elite

Sunday, June 5, 2011

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This is a great way to showcase the new upcoming Call of Duty: Elite, which has been developed to unite the community of Call of Duty players. In a fun trailer, Comedian TJ Miller narrates this introductory video as a gamer ‘The Legend of Karl’ who takes the viewer on a tour of the game, [...]

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Diesel’s Real Life “Likes” via QR Codes

Friday, June 3, 2011

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Now this is a really exciting development in terms of bringing Facebook likes into the real world at point of sale. Is this a game changer from Diesel? They have introduced QR codes in their stores which enable you to “Like” a product by scanning a QR code which then posts to your Facebook wall. [...]

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Intel: Museum of Me

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

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This is a brilliant visualisation from Intel. This Museum of Me creates a ‘visual archive of your social life’ by compiling all your Facebook information and creating a three-minute long expose about you. The website showcases data, pictures, friends and locations and turns it all into a beautiful, personalised art exhibition set to a soothing [...]

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NuFormer 3D Video Mapping Interactivity Test

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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We’ve seen some great projection mappings from NuFormer before. Here is a demo video of their latest technology which shows new interactive techniques combined with 3D video mapping. This latest addition of technology adds to the experience of the spectators by letting them interact with the projection. All types of branded content, logos or product [...]

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Infographic: Artistic Impression of Social Media

Sunday, May 29, 2011

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This is a fun Infographic that caught my attention and I couldn’t resist posting it. In terms of what you’d usually look for in an infographic it’s not up there with those that provide interesting facts and figures but it does display quite nicely, an artistic impression of some of our favourite (and not so [...]

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Red Cross Miles: Social Donation Concept

Thursday, May 26, 2011

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Red Cross Miles from Angeliki Karnoupaki on Vimeo. Here is a nice little concept for Red Cross by a few students from the Miami Ad School in Europe. Instead of asking people to donate money the students came up with a concept whereby people could donate their air miles to transport Red Cross staff, therefore [...]

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Facebook Blood Groups: Emergency Donations

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

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Facebook groups?! I can already here you saying it… Well, they might actually still be relevant for something, and here is a really simple, really smart campaign that helps demonstrate just that. It’s called Facebook Blood Groups, a campaign aimed at acquiring group members based on blood type, so that when the government’s NATAL trauma [...]

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Nike Shout: Game Day Social Installation

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

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This digital/social installation goes back a few months now, but a lot of you guys might not have had the chance to see it, with the campaign created out of Asia by Ogilvy Singapore. Nike Shout was a social installation designed to give fans a real voice, in real-time, on game day. With fans submitting [...]

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Infographic: The Value of Social Commerce

Monday, May 16, 2011

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Here’s the latest social commerce infographic showing some compelling stats as to why brands are sitting up and taking notice of the potential ROI that social commerce can drive for them. This infographic was created by Spinback (e-commerce sharing plugins), which is now part of Facebook marketing company Buddy Media. We’ve seen a few of [...]

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The Vodafone Pixel Hunt

Friday, May 13, 2011

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This was a great little promo for Vodafone’s release of the LG Optimus in Germany, created to help highlight the quality of the 5 mega pixel camera. The promotion was called the Vodafone Pixel Hunt, and was based around an online game that held a 5 Million Pixel image that just happened to be holding [...]

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FRAMED* Digital Art iPhone App

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

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This is a pretty cool concept from design agency Tha Ltd. They have developed Framed* a ‘platform for new art forms’ which lets you display digital art including interactive art, web applications, motion graphics and illustrations on giant screens. Framed* consists of an iPhone app that links to a 40 inch Samsung LED display, allowing [...]

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Carlsberg launches global digital campaign

Sunday, April 17, 2011

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Over in the UK Carlsberg has kicked off their new campaign with a couple of pretty big 3D projection mappings. The first being on the iconic White Cliffs of Dover and the second on the face of the famous Liverpool Street Station.

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Cellcom: Live “Interactive” Facebook Concerts

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

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Cellcom, Israel’s largest telco has launched a series of live, interactive Facebook concerts to be broadcast each night for two hours. Cellcom are inviting the very best bands and performers in the country to play live to thousands of awaiting Facebook fans, who will in turn, be beamed in via webcam and empowered to make [...]

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